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Amputations

Over three million Americans have had amputation surgery. Most amputations are the result of a chronic health condition, like diabetes. However, an amputation can be caused by a serious accident.

Amputations can be the result of a motor vehicle or construction site accident. Accidents with saws or other cutting instruments or from crush injuries involving heavy machinery may require amputation surgery. Injuries caused by nursing home neglect and abuse may, in the most extreme circumstances, cause bedsores so severe that amputation is necessary.

If you or a loved one have undergone an amputation caused by a traumatic injury, an amputation that was unnecessary, or an amputation that other medical procedures could have prevented, contact us as soon as possible.

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Risks

Amputations pose the risk of numerous medical side effects. These include the potential for the following:

  • Poor wound healing
  • Poor wound cover
  • Chronic neuroma-related pain and/or tenderness
  • Infection
  • Stiffness
  • Sympathetic dystrophy

This certainly is not a complete list of the significant problems related to amputation. However, advances in prosthesis and therapies have significantly improved prospects for adaptation and restoration of mobility.

If you or a loved one have undergone an amputation caused by a traumatic injury, an amputation that was unnecessary, or an amputation that other medical procedures could have prevented, contact us as soon as possible.

Submit a simple, free consultation form now.

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